Hipstercrites do not understand that their own actions conflict with their supposed political and social opinions. Mostly, they hold these opinions to be trendy.
Hipstercrites are often young people in college or fresh out of college who are living off their parents' money.
Wearing an outfit that appears to be from a thrift store, which actually cost hundreds of dollars at Urban Outfitters.
Living in a condo in East Austin that your parents bought for you as an investment.
Traveling to countries and feeling proud of their travels. Again, the money for these travels and their lifestyle comes from their parents.
Participating in an unpaid internship yet not having a job.
Person B: "Nah, she's not doing shit for society. She's just a hipstercrite."
1. Jude just finished blogging about how Big-market Corporations are taking over America and weeding out smaller businesses. He then closed his Mac Book Pro and finished drinking his Starbucks coffee.
2. India claims to have loved the band Foster the People, and at one time thought she was their biggest fan. However, with their recent VMA nomination for Best New Artist, she thinks they're too mainstream and now suck.
Intelligent person: You're such a hipstercrite. Intentionally going against what's popular and current to fit in with your hipster crowd makes you a follower, not and original thinker. Why not just be yourself?
Hipster: Being myself is too mainstream.
Intelligent person: Yeah, I thought you'd say that.